Hatya: The Murder (2004)
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A man is resurrected from the dead as a shape-shifting snake and exacts vengeance on those who killed him and his father.
Murugan and his men approaches multi-millionaire Ratanlal to buy his plot of land so that they can construct a 5 star hotel. But Ratanlal refuses to sell thus he, his son Ravi and his daughter Seema are mercilessly killed by the duo. Ravi's wife Kavita believes that Ravi survives by doctor's miracle - unknown to her that Ravi is indeed dead but his body is taken over by a vigorous cobra who prepares itself to prey on all Ravi's enemies.
Ravi Lal lives a wealthy lifestyle with his businessman dad, Ratan, housewife mom, and a sister named Seema. When Ratan gets an offer from Murugan to buy the plot and land, he refuses, and is subsequently killed along with Seema. Ravi who witnesses this killing comes to their aid, is grievously injured and hospitalized. After recuperating, his mom insists that he marry his sweetheart, Kavita Jaiswal, and the marriage does take place. After the marriage, Kavita notices that Ravi is not the same anymore, he is more quiet, brooding, and keeps away from her. She suspects that he may be attracted to another woman. What Kavita does not is that Ravi had indeed been killed by Murugan and his men, but his body has been taken over by a venomous shape-changing snake that is out for vengeance - and will kill everyone who dares to stand in it's way.
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